Civic Luncheon Lecture
April 22 | noon to 1 p.m. | College Center Conference Room
Our Nanotechnology Future: Healthcare, Electronics and Manufacturing
Why is something so small so big? Nanotechnology is about manufacturing with atoms to produce new structures, materials and devices. This technology promises scientific advancement in many sectors such as medicine, consumer products, energy, materials and manufacturing. The limit is not in the sky. The limit is in the mind.
Dr. Ramazan Asmatulu, Center for Innovation and Enterprise Development, Nanotechnology Laboratory, Wichita State University
• Dr. Kurt Barnhart, associate dean of research and engagement, Kansas State Polytechnic
• Dr. Saeed Kahn, electronic and computer engineering technology professor, Kansas State Polytechnic
Lunch is available at the K-State College Center Cafe prior to the noon event, or the general public can take lunch trays into the Conference room during the presentation which will end at 1:00 pm. For more information, contact Greg Stephens at 785-819-6887.